J. Robert Brown Jr.
Administrative Law, Business Law, Corporations and Corporate Governance, Securities Regulation
For more than two decades, J. Robert Brown has taught corporate and securities law, with a particular emphasis on corporate governance. He has authored numerous publications in the area and several of his articles have been cited by the US Supreme Court. Brown has also spent considerable time abroad, particularly in the former Soviet Union, advising governments in these areas. From 2000-2004, Brown served the University of Denver Sturm College of Law as an associate dean for academic affairs. He is an arbitrator for the FINRA and, among other outside activities, serves as the chairman of the board of directors of the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless.
- PhD, Government, Georgetown University
- JD, Law, University of Maryland Law School
- BA, College of William & Mary
- Corporate Governance, Shareholder Proposals, and Engagement Between Managers and Owners, 94 Denver L. Rev. Online 1 (2017).
- The Evolving Role of Rule 14a-8 in the Corporate Governance Process, 93 DU L. Rev. Online 151 (2016).
- Comment Letter on the Need for Environmental, Social and Governance Disclosure, October 3, 2016.
- Comment on SEC Release No. 33-9929, Effectiveness of Financial Disclosures about Entities Other than the Registrant, co-authored with Joseph V. Carcello, January 13, 2016.
- Comment Letter: The NYSE and the End of the Structural Separation between Regulatory and Commercial Interests of the Exchange (2015).